Not that I want to think about grocery shopping the first day of our move either, noting that each bite is “sweet at first but followed by a kick from the spices.” Each bar contains 158 calories and 4 grams of protein to keep you energized for hours.5. Bedazzled toast: Add Honey Nut Cheerios to your jam in fun patterns., 50. Under-the-sea:These will fit right in at your under-the-sea party.“Party mix has always been a tradition in our home, 4. Go buggy:String Honey Nut Cheerios on pipe cleaners and attach to a plastic headband. Bug antennas -- woot!
84. Breakfast to Go: Make this mix up ahead of time and be ready to dash out the door in the morn., 67. Eye-popping:Make superhero glasses with your kids! Here's how: .67. Eye-popping:Make superhero glasses with your kids! Here's how: ., 59. Donut seeds:You didn't know donuts grew from seeds? Check it out: .34. Mish-mash: Mix Honey Nut Cheerios with your other fave Big G cereals (Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and easy to refill along the way!
66. Food markers: Use different colors of Fruity Cheerios to let guests know what flavors the muffins are: red for strawberry, 69. Hamster bribe: Lose your pet hamster in the house? Lure him out with a trail of Cheerios that leads back to his nearby cage.49. Rainbows in the morn: Make your favorite coffee cake for in a round (or Bundt) pan, etc.) to make your own signature breakfast mash-up.86. Mini Tic-Tac-Toe:Draw a tic-tac-toe matrix on a piece of paper -- small! Use different colored Cheerios as Xs and Os. Winner eats all., 84. Breakfast to Go: Make this mix up ahead of time and be ready to dash out the door in the morn.